Good morning, folks! Happy Sunday! Hey, I’d like to take a few minutes to pop back to last week’s mini-series of polls.
Wait. You didn’t catch them? Hah! You still have a chance to weigh in with your opinions. Let me tell you, if you’re a Boma – or a WDW buffet – fan, you’ll want to do just that!
Find the polls at: Wow! The Love for Boma Continues!
So. What say you? Well, first off, whether for breakfast or dinner, the vast majority of you have been to Boma. Well over 65%! Of those of you that have been, you overwhelmingly prefer dinner.
To see a representation of Boma’s dinner buffet, go to: Dining Recon: Animal Kingdom Lodge’s Boma!
Interestingly, those that have not yet visited for either of the Animal Kingdom Lodge’s festivals of food are most enticed by the prospect of dining on their breakfast.
To get another look at Boma’s breakfast buffet, re-visit: Breakfast at Boma! Take our Word! It’s the Best!
When I asked you to choose a breakfast buffet from among a wide variety of WDW options, your responses surprised me somewhat. How so?
Maybe it was because we had already been focusing on Boma, but it was your #1 choice. I can’t agree more! Great minds think alike!
What shocked me, however, was that Tusker House finished in 2nd. Honestly, I had expected venues like ‘Ohana, 1900 Park Fare, and Chef Mickey’s to register much better showings. Hey! They’re always packed!
I’ve been moaning about Disney turning Trattoria al Forno into a character breakfast for months now. As empty-nesters, it’s not our “thing”. Pleasantly, I’m thinking that most of you can feel my pain. Why?
When it came to Disney characters, the vast majority of you reported that you can “take them or leave them”. Some, like us, want to avoid them altogether! Less than 20% called characters a “must have”.
Finally, I tossed you one head-to-head match-up that was of special interest to me. Dinner buffets. Boma v. ‘Ohana.
I’m pleased but a bit shocked. Again, maybe the result is skewed by the fact that we featured Boma this week, but, of the two, you prefer Boma! Well done!
Frankly, I’ve never been quite sure I understand the massive popularity of ‘Ohana. Sure, the “show” is entertaining, but we haven’t always found the food quality to be Disney-level outstanding.
For me, though, this is the most important point … in comparison to Boma, ‘Ohana simply lacks options and variety. We’d choose Boma first every time!
There you have it, my friends. Now. Let’s see those ‘Ohana ADRs get switched over to Boma. Trust me. You won’t be sorry!